Islamabad - Pakistan’s leading entrepreneur and Chairman Hashoo Group, Sadruddin Hashwani on Tuesday said Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s latest anti-Pakistan statement should be raised at international level.

Hashwani said that the repeated statements by the Indian premier has proved that he is the worst enemy of the Muslims and like in the past, extremist Hindu mentality is consistently busy in conspiracies against the Muslims to indulge them in bloodshed among themselves. “It is high time that Modi’s recent anti-Muslim statements be lodged in all international forums,” he added.

Referring to Bangladeshi Prime Minister Hasina Wajid, he said the daughter of one of the conspirators Mujeebur Rehman has once again joined hands with extremist Hindu elements against the Muslims.

He stressed upon Muslims around the world to join forces against Modi’s rotten mindset who is hell bent on harming Islam which preaches peace, brotherhood and equality among all human beings.

“It is only Islam amid all the religions that declares murder of an innocent man parallel to murder of the whole of humanity,” he added. Hashwani asserted that the hands of Indian Prime Minister Modi were still stained with blood of Muslims of Gujrat, adding Modi is barbarian to an extent that he distributed sweets on those brutal killings of Muslims.

“Even today narrow-minded and sick approach of that individual is an eminent threat to lives of millions of Muslims in India.” He suggested that Muslim countries should unite on the issue of recent statements by Modi and move resolutions against him in the United Nations as well as other international forums. “I am ready to appear in any forum as a witness,” he offered.

He expressed grave concern over continuous atrocities committed against Muslims by Hindu extremist government through its policies to deprive them from all basic facilities, especially education, health and job opportunities. He said Muslims in India must unite themselves and fight against the sinister elements lest they will continue to face elimination one after the other.